Adding 3D textures, branding and logos to automotive grills
Published on May 15, 2020
3D surface textures is a common product design technique used across industries — from automotive to consumer goods — to improve the aesthetics and increase the functionality of parts.
In this nTop Live, Sam Kratky, Application Engineer at nTop, shows you how to create custom surface textures on your designs easily and quickly using fields in nTop, unlocking new possibilities for engineers and industrial designers.
Watch and learn how to:
- Create custom surface textures using nTop Toolkit blocks
- Use simple math equations to design new surface textures
- Modify the surface texture based on a part feature—such as a logo
Click here to download the demo files used in this session.
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